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Wildberry Coralbell
Wildberry Coralbell

Wildberry Coralbell Large, scalloped, intense purple leaves with small white bell-shaped flowers. Performs best in part shade. 10"-12" tall 16"-20' wide

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Sombrero Salsa Red Coneflower
Sombrero Salsa Red Coneflower

Big, bright red blooms for an easy, colorful summer border. A must-have for sunny gardens, this drought tolerant perennial was bred for cold hardiness and compact form with prolific flowering over an exceptionally long season. Moderate growing; reaches 24 to 26 in. tall, 16 to 22 in. wide.

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Jack Frost Brunnera
Jack Frost Brunnera

Brilliant silver leaves with contrasting green veins are distinctive and eye-catching in shaded beds and woodland gardens. Clusters of tiny blue flowers provide additional color in the spring. Slowly reaches 12 in. tall, spreading to 24 in. wide; blooms reach 18 in. tall.

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Autumn Blaze Maple
Autumn Blaze Maple

An improved hybrid with brilliant, long lasting, orange-red fall color, an upright, uniform branching habit and a rapid growth rate. Fast growing; reaches 50 to 60 ft. tall, 40 ft. wide.

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Sweet Romance Lavender
Sweet Romance Lavender

This compact variety offers plump, rich violet purple flower spikes atop superb grey-green foliage. Blooms a bit earlier than most, lasting into early fall. Moderate growing; reaches 12 to 18 in. tall and wide.

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Serendipity Allium
Serendipity Allium

Globe-like, rosy-purple flowers top attractive blue foliage. When crushed, the leaves will emit a smell of onion. 15-20" tall 10-15" Wide

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Cranberry Crush Hibiscus
Cranberry Crush Hibiscus

There is enchantment here in the bountiful wine-dark 7-8" flowers bursting from the deep green foliage. The huge, flaring blooms put on a lasting show in the border and continue from mid-summer into fall.

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Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea
Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea

large flower heads starting in midsummer. They begin creamy white but turn pink and then strawberry red, or even burgundy, later in the season with the cooler night temperatures. Since new flower heads continue opening into late summer, plants can display all three color stages at any one time. The blooms are borne on red stems, too, making quite a contrast against the green leaves

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